This afternoon, our province unveiled a new math curriculum that we will be implementing in September. Here, "curriculum" refers to what we teach, not the materials that are used or a specific program. I haven't read it yet in detail as it only became "live" after the press conference that announced the new curriculum, but there are some fairly significant changes, not just in content but in philosophy. We are three days from the end of the school year and, at this point and have no idea what things will look like in September, other than to be certain things will not be typical. I've been at this game for a long time, but am struggling with getting my mind around not just having to teach very differently and coming up with ways to bridge the very significant gaps that we'll encounter with kids returning in September after differing participation in remote learning, but also finding resources and planning for new content. I wish that the people making decisions had some experience of what it is like to be in a classroom.